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Wild Rose ID

Posted by jeanne 6OH (My Page) on
Thu, Jan 1, 09 at 19:45

I found this rose in a low, marshy spot in the woods. I don't think it was the optimal location for this rose as it was mostly dead and I was able to pull it up without any tools. It likes the present location and is happily trying to take over my yard. It roots wherever the canes touch the ground. Does anybody recognize it?

old and new blooms

bud and bloom

best picture I have of stipules

fall color

habit

Any help would be most sincerely appreciated.
Thanks,
Jeanne


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RE: Wild Rose ID

One possibility is the wild rose "rosa setigera" -- I'll put a link below:

Here is a link that might be useful: r. setigera


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RE: Wild Rose ID

Thank you, Petaloid. I believe you are correct.


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